@LaughinPaulRyan Sunday, 11/01/20 11:51:32 AM Re: None Post # of 29 Fiscal 2021 Outlook The Company has substantially completed work on lowering its cost base by $100 million, and believes that a significant portion of these cost savings, as well as new measures being taken, should continue to favorably impact future period results. The outlook for the Company's trade and education businesses remains positive with a robust frontlist of bestselling series and authors scheduled to release over the remainder of the fiscal year and Scholastic's digital education programs and digital-only magazines gaining momentum as schools look to learning solutions which can be used at school and at home. However, delays in club orders and fair bookings will likely lead to a significant decline in revenues in the Company's Children's Book Publishing and Distribution segment in the second quarter. The Company believes that business conditions should improve in the second half of its fiscal year as schools adjust to operational changes in response to COVID-19, and we expect increasing demand for the Company's slate of flexible new services, such as our virtual and shippable fair options and home delivery of club and fair orders, as well as our safe and easy in-person fairs. Given the variability in school schedules, as well as the possibility of new COVID outbreaks and their potential impact on schools, Scholastic is not providing a financial outlook for fiscal year 2021. @LaughinPaulRyan - WSJ, High Times, Main Street, Yahoo! Offering EXTREMELY valuable info and speculation without Explanation.